A four-star recruit by ESPN and Rivals, which also lists him as the No. 1 overal recruit in the state of Arkansas and as the No. 26 safety in the national class ... ESPN ranks him as the No. 32 safety in the class.
High School: Played both wide receiver and defensive back for coach Greg Kendrick at Charleston, finishing his high school career with nearly 5,000 all-purpose yards, 2,858 receiving yards, 1,318 return yards, 448 rushing yards, nearly 200 tackles, nine interceptions, 14 pass breakups and two blocked field goals ... Scored a total of 67 touchdowns and 432 points for Charleston ... Helped lead his team to a 12-1 finish as a senior, with the only loss coming in the state quarterfinals ... Finished his senior year with a team-bests at 1,476 all-purpose yards and 20 total touchdowns in just 10 games, including 826 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns on 41 catches, 212 rushing yards and six touchdowns on 37 carries, 268 kick return yards and two touchdowns on just six returns, and 150 yards on just four punt returns ... On the defensive side of the ball, finished with 70 total tackles, an interception, two breakups and a sack ... Helped take his team to a 13-1 state runner-up finish as a junior ... Scored 31 total touchdowns, with 17 receiving, seven rushing, five via punt return and one each via kickoff return and punt return ... Finished that season with 2,090 all-purpose yards, 1,121 receiving yards, 362 punt retutn yards (22.6 avg.), 273 kickoff return yards and 186 rushing yards ... Also had 148 interception return yards on four interceptions, while totaling 46 tackles, six pass breakups, a fumble recovery and a blocked field ... Totaled 911 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns on 66 catches as a sophomore as part of 1,358 all-purpose yards .. Had 77 tackles, four interceptions, six breakups and blocked field goal on defense ... Also played basketball and baseball ... Involved with FCA, FBLA and Beta Club off the field ... Chose Oklahoma State over offers from Arkansas, Missouri, Memphis and others.
Personal: Sean Michael Flanagan II was born Sept. 24, 1999, in Fayetteville, Ark. ... Son of Sean and Lee Ann Flanagan ... Plans to study sports medicine.